Sumptuous and predominantly open plan living with magnificent vaulted ceilings and glimpses of open countryside through the full size windows sets this barn conversion apart from others.
The house offers predominantly ground floor living space providing a wonderfully flexible layout. The everyday entrance to the house is into the kitchen/breakfast room which has a range of traditional wall and base units and integrated appliances. These include a range-style cooker and a granite topped island unit. From the breakfast area there is a lovely view over open countryside. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room and two of the bedrooms including the principal bedroom suite, which has a dressing room and sumptuous en suite bathroom with roll-top style bath. The second bedroom has use of the family bathroom which is adjacent.
Moving back through to the fabulous centre piece of the house - the open plan vaulted drawing room has space for a dining room and a snug TV / seating area. This room enjoys large glazed windows and doors leading onto the deck and views of the garden and fields beyond. There are exposed beams along with a feature European-style hanging wood burning stove. A set of steps lead up to a galleried study area above, ideal for home working. The remaining two bedrooms are also on the ground floor, both of which have en suite facilities and one of which has a vaulted ceiling and a view over the front garden.
The gardens envelop the house on all sides and provide a variety of seating areas either on a decked raised terrace with integrated bench and table or on a pergola covered terrace just off of the principal bedroom suite, also enjoying an area of private garden. There is a wonderful aspect over open countryside to the surrounds of the house.
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I've always been rather taken by a barn conversion, I love the character that this particular one offers but the setting really is to die for! With magnificent views and some really rather practical living areas well worth a visit.Justin Godfrey